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Question

Why is using kilometers a problem in space?

2 Answer

  • Using kilometers in space is useless, as the distances between objects is drastically incred. A lightyear is 9.5 kilometers. It is simpler to say "Alpha Centauri is 4.1 light years away" than it is to say "Alpha Centauri is 28.95 Trillion kilometers away"
  • Using kilometers in space is useless, as the distances between objects is drastically incred. A lightyear is 9.5 kilometers. It is simpler to say "Alpha Centauri is 4.1 light years away" than it is to say "Alpha Centauri is 28.95 Trillion kilometers away"
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